Here are three succulents that you can use to create a Succulents terrarium. Succulents come in gray, pink, yellow, burgundy, white, and more.

1. Echeveria

Echeverias are plants with large oval fleshy leaves. These plants take full sun but can tolerate in-direct sun for a while.


If you want the plant to bloom it will need some sun every day and the plant may produce little springs with the right amount of sun. The in-direct sun can be tolerated.


All succulents prefer a fast-draining potting medium that’s not watered too often.  Allow the soil to dry out between watering. Water every 1 to 2 weeks if placed in direct sun. Once per month if placed in indirect sun.


Succulents like to be planted in a sand base soil medium. When planting outside use a sand base soil medium so the plant does not develop root rot

2. Hawartias

Hawartias are pointy, spikey plants that spiral down the plant. They can be grown as solid green or white and green which is called zebra hawartia. These plants are easy to grow and can be neglected. Like all succulents, these plants should not be overwatered or allowed to sit in water. Plant the plant in well-drained soil.


A Jade or money tree is a thick leave plant with many small leaves on each stem. Many people like these plants because they are easy to care for and they are considered to be a symbol of good luck. These plants can be grown in the in-direct sun and should only be watered once per month.